A week-long programme of free events and activities will be happening in Port Sunlight to mark the coronation of King Charles III. This will include a special afternoon tea, walk and talk tour with the village’s gardeners, a curator talk and a best dressed house competition.
The week will end with an outdoor Big Lunch event on Sunday 7th May, which will be open to everyone and filled with stalls, food and drink and live performances.
Organised by Port Sunlight Village Trust, the programme has been created to celebrate community and the environment, both causes close to the new monarch’s interests.
Tuesday 2nd May, 12 – 2pm | Church Hall, Bridge Street
Landscape Walk and Talk Tour
Wednesday 3rd May, 10.30am – 12pm | Meet outside Port Sunlight Museum
Curator Talk: Breaking the Mould – King Charles III’s Poundbury and Lord Leverhulme’s Port Sunlight
Thursday 4th May, 5 – 6pm | Church Hall, Bridge Street
Best Dressed House Competition
Friday 5th May
Port Sunlight’s Coronation Big Lunch
Sunday 7th May, 12 – 5pm | On the Museum Green, opposite Port Sunlight Museum
All events are free, however you will need to RSVP by emailing email@example.com with your name and details of the event you’re attending. Please note spaces are limited.
You don’t need to RSVP to the Big Lunch, this is open to everyone.
For more events and activities, go to portsunlightvillage.com/whats-on